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A Time in Nostalgia Paperback – October 1, 2015
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I think the story is very good, but there are a lot of "newbie" mistakes.
The story is about Tobin, a 10 year old living in a boring space station with his uncle.
He lost his parents in a space accident 3 years before.
He's sullen and has pretty much lost interest in doing anything.
But his life changes when he accompanies his uncle to another space station, The Nostalgia, for supplies. He become curious and starts to explore, and realizes that things are not what they seem.
When Tobin has the opportunity to work on The Nostalgia, he takes it. And he learns that time travel is real. More than just his parents were lost in that space accident. Can Tobin do anything to help save them all?
The story is, in my opinion, great for a younger audience -- middle grade or so.
If you can look past the newbie mistakes, the story really is imaginative, and I think with the right editing, it can be an outstanding story.